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Families Find Freedom to Splash at CSUN’s Center for Achievement

Kids and water can be a natural recipe for fun, but parents sometimes struggle to find a comfortable and safe swim environment for children with different abilities. An adaptive aquatics program at Cal State Northridge fills this need – and offers valuable experience for future occupational and physical therapists. At CSUN’s Center of Achievement, children age 3-18 with disabilities can enjoy … Read Article

A Delicious Guide to Dairy-Free Ice Creams

If you love ice cream, you’ll really enjoy “Guilt-Free Nice Cream,” a new recipe book by Margie Broadhead featuring more than 70 delicious desserts that will have you astounded that no actual ice cream is involved. Broadhead, well known for her popular food blog “Made by Margie,” is a professional chef and owner of a catering company. In her book, she shows readers how to create recipes that not … Read Article

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Ticket Giveaway! Marvel Universe Live: Age of Heroes Hits SoCal in July

"Spider-Man: Homecoming" is set to hit movie theaters July 7, but if you want to see Spider-Man in person, "Marvel Universe Live: Age of Heroes" is the ticket. Iconic Marvel super heroes Spider-Man and The Avengers are joined by the Guardians of the Galaxy - including Star-Lord, Gamora, Groot, Rocket and Drax - in a legendary battle to defend the universe from evil. The newest production from Feld … Read Article

Nine Tips for Tackling Tantrums

Tantrums are a common childhood experience, particularly if you are parenting kids ages 18 months to 4. When a child begins yelling, crying, kicking, whining and complaining that is out of proportion to an incident or situation, it can be frustrating, uncomfortable or embarrassing for parents or caregivers – especially when this behavior is displayed outside the home in front of … Read Article